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Cross-Repertoire Motifs in Liturgical Music of the Ashkenazi Tradition: An Initial Lay of the Land

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The earlier version, entitled “Cross-Repertoire Motifs in the Liturgical Music of Ashkenazi Tradition,” was presented at the World Congress of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, 2013.  This article is an expanded and elaborated version of that paper.

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Articles
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2015

Yuval - Studies of the Jewish Music Research Center, vol. 5 - The Abraham Zvi Idelsohn Memorial Volume


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This entry is part of an online exhibit entitled: "Hava Nagila: From Idelsohn to Belafonte & Beyond," prepared by Eva Heinstein with help from the JMRC staff. To view the exhibit in its entirety click on the link above.

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Books
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1986 תשמ"ו

Der Gesang Israels und seine Quellen :‎ ein Beitrag zur hebräischen Musikologie

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English title: The singing of Israel and its sources: a contribution to Hebrew musicology.
Includes chapters about music in the bible, masoretic accents,dance, arabic songs, and music of different Jewish cultural groups.
The book is the publication of Joel Walbe's doctorate by the same name, which he submitted to the University of Vienna in 1964.

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Books
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1975

Yiddish art songs :‎ a comparative study and analysis of selected works of three composers representing Russia, America and Israel

Dissertation. The three studied composers are: Moses-Mikhail Milner, Lazar Weiner and Ami Maayani.

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Books
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1983

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